"Our team was 1-2, but we played a very good team that had some great big men," Horner told Pack Pride. "They had one big man going straight to the NBA and another 7-footer going to Louisville, but I still played hard and went right at them.
"We also played against the Pittsburgh JOTS and they had a post who's going to NC State," Horner added. "He was good, but I had my best game of the tournament against them. I think I had 25 points in that game."
As for recruiting, Horner learned some important news over the weekend, as he found out that NC State would no longer be involved.
"North Carolina State dropped out," he said. "They signed a kid, Dan Werner, who actually lives up here around me. He plays my position so when he committed they dropped out."
Would NC State have had a chance if they had remained involved with Horner?
"Yea, I had liked them a lot," he said. "They were one of my favorites, but since Werner plays the same spot as me they backed out."
Despite NC State's decision to no longer pursue Horner, he still has some intriguing options. Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia have offered the 6-foot-9, 190-pound combo forward while Villanova and Memphis are expressing heavy interest.
"Villanova, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Memphis, and West Virginia is mainly who I'm looking at," Horner said. "I've already visited Villanova and West Virginia and I'm going to Virginia Tech on June 10th for a visit. I also will probably visit Memphis, Notre Dame, and West Virginia again."
Horner claims he has no leader and hopes to make a decision prior to his senior year. He'll attend the Reebok ABCD Camp.
TOC Scouting Report: Listed at 6-foot-9, 190-pounds, Horner is Mr. Versatile. He can do a lot of things well and is more athletic than he has been given credit for. He's probably shorter than advertised and closer to 6'7 than 6'9 but has plenty of upside. He's very comfortable with the ball in his hands on the perimeter, moreso than in the post, and looks to drive off the dribble and finish around the rim.
He did a great job of drawing fouls against opponents, and looked to have a solid shooting stroke, although his jumper was off for the most part.
Horner plays hard on both ends and blocked shots and boarded very well given his slight frame.
The key with Horner is he's still growing and has plenty of potential. When he gets in the weightroom, those drives to the basket will result in finishes at the rim instead of simply him being fouled. NC State's no longer involved, but some program will get a solid high-major prospect.